Spatiotemporal Population Dynamics Based on a Location Survey in Taal Volcano Island, Philippines


Authors : Leslie Jamie C. Cobar, Novie Lyn Saladar

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 4 - April

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Population distribution is necessary for disaster mitigation initiatives such as evacuation planning. Where technology is insufficient, traditional methods such as actual ground survey of people is still the best option in areas. A location-based survey method to gather hourly distribution of people was utilized to map the population distribution in Taal volcano island. Results show that afternoons during weekdays and weekends are very crucial periods in Taal volcano island. There was also a small margin of difference between weekday and weekend densities. The identification of highest density areas and time periods through the survey was foreseen to supplement evacuation planning and disaster mitigation initiatives in Taal volcano.

Keywords : Spatiotemporal; Population Dynamics; Taal.

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